While you should have received a copy of the contract, you were bound once you signed the agreement. You may have other valid reasons for rescinding your purchase. If you think you do, you should speak with an attorney.
It sounds like you may have bought these coins with the knowledge that they were worth far more than you were paying him for them. If so, he may have a right to sue you for recission of the contract. If you took advantage of him because of your superior knowledge of the coins, you're very...Read more »
Not much, unfortunately. Derogatory entries will remain for a period of 7 years (10 years for bankruptcies). If there is an error, you can challenge the accuracy of the entry, and the reporting agency has to verify the entry within a short time period, or remove it.
Do you have a court order terminating the father's parental rights? Even though he has been absent, before you proceed, you should get a court to award you full physical and legal custody. Once you've done so, changing a name is simple and inexpensive, and you can do it without an attorney.
Are you saying you have no biological relationship to the child? If so, have you been raising the child as part of your family? If that's the case, a court might still order you to pay support. If you never acted in any parental capacity towards the child, and the child is not yours by...Read more »
Well, in the first place it sounds like you and your spouse have larger issues to work out. That aside, how were you removed from the board without a board meeting and a vote? This should not happen, absent some irregularity.
The question then becomes whether it's worth litigating the...Read more »
Yes there is. You can pull any bankruptcy records from the PACER system, which is run by the federal government. You will need to register and provide a credit card number, but PACER costs are very inexpensive. http://www.pacer.gov
It means that one of your creditors is requesting that the Court permit them to continue collecting on your debt to them, in spite of your bankruptcy proceeding. You should immediately check with a bankruptcy attorney for your options.
20 years ago a misdemeanor bench warrant was issued from a California county and is still outstanding and was entered into a system that identifies warrants 16 years ago. The warrant was issued from a 21 year old wet reckless/DUI case with probation in the same California County. The warrant was... Read more »
A 20-year old warrant is as valid as a 1 month old warrant, in the eyes of the Court. The person involved needs to contact an attorney right away to untangle this mess before it becomes worse. If their mental health would be jeopardized by incarceration, an attorney will bring that to the attention...Read more »
My husband and I did something stupid. We filed for a payday loan on-line. They called our home to verify the information we gave them but they were not able to give us a loan big enough to fix our situation. We told them to forget it. We financed our truck instead. I am now getting calls from... Read more »
Unless you have been served with a complaint by a process server, you are most likely not required to appear anywhere. They are trying to strong-arm you. Make copies of all of the relevant paperwork and mail it to their corporate offices, certified mail, return receipt requested. Usually that will...Read more »
You can file an action in small claims court, if the total amount you believe you lost is less than the maximum permitted in your jurisdiction. However, you must also send the shop a letter first, demanding the return of your vehicle.
If the amount you have lost exceeds the small court...Read more »
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